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Dear Friends,

Warm greetings for the season,
This issue provides an insight to the different developments that have happened through out these 3months.
It was a great moment when our new modern kitchen was opened with the help of Ingrid, the headmaster, teachers and students Tessinskolan Nykoping Sweden.  I must thank all the sponsors, well-wishers, active members and volunteers for their support. I thank also all the head masters, teachers and students for their cooperation during the camp 2010-2011 Especially Bo and Inge for their active participation in the various camp activities.  We cannot forget to thank Thomas Lilly and Malcha both from New Zealand for paying us a visit, and for their great concern for Share and Care.

I thank all our staffs who are so dedicated and hard working making our projects meaningful.
I hope that you will enjoy reading all our news and please continue sending us your suggestion about our news letter.

Thanking you



Jan.15.2011:   Pongal, one of the most important popular Hindu festivals of the year. It is a harvest festival; a festival of thanks giving to Mother Nature. Thus, the harvest festival of Pongal symbolizes a grateful offering of the first fruit. The crop is harvested only after a certain time of the year, and cutting the crop before that time is strictly prohibited. Even though Pongal was originally a festival for the farming community, today it is celebrated by all. The festival is marked by cooking Pongal with rice, milk, jaggery, ghee, cashew and plums. The children enjoyed the pongal. Our teachers and children gathered together in celebrating the festival.


26-01-11 we celebrated the Republic day.  On this grand occasion we remembered our elders who fought for the national independence.

The elders hoisted the flag, remembered the heroes of the country; their greatness of valor. Sweets were distributed to the elders.
On 14th January Tamil Nadu was among those biggest cities in India that celebrated bogy festival. In the last day of the month Margali( 14th January) as part of Tamil customs and tradition people burn old stuffs such as mats, old clothes, other old stuffs and began with new mats and new items. People burnt old tires and plastic items too along with all the old stuff thus polluting air much. The government has also warned people not to burn tires but still people continue this practice. This causes the entire villages covered with heavy smoke.  Our people realize that this practice causes environmental problems. The Eco Club of the Christ King High School took a rally to prevent burning trash in all the villages surrounding the school. They carried banners and created an awareness to keep the environment clean.
04-02-11: Mobile Science Laboratory was stationed in Katchur Christ King School for two days. Children made best use of the opportunity; this was organized by an NGO, to help the rural children to get an exposure to the latest lab facilities.
8-02-11: Seminar was organized in Thiruvallur. The main speaker was NagaSubramani, High court Judge.  He focused on the rights and security for the elders it was organized by Social welfare board. Carmel, G. Krishnan, and Lilly attended the Programme. They shared the information with the elders, it was veryInformative and useful.

15.02.11: The Annual day 20th annual day celebration dawned for the children of Christ King High School.

The children worked very hard preparing for this day, sports activities, yoga, drill and drama were the features of the day.

01-03-2011: Eye camp was organized on 01-03-2011: The total numbers of elders screened were 98. Cataract surgery was done for 10; spectacles were given for 10 elders.
01—3-11: On Our Honorable Deputy Chief Minister Stalin’s birthday a grand lunch was served, a cake was cut and served to the elders and all the children. Member of the legislative Assembly, past presidents, union head, Panchayat leader were present.
Activities of the Eco Club:
The Eco Club was very
happy when they
harvested radish
World women’s day celebration was celebrated on 7-3-11 in Manali; the elders enjoyed the games. Prizes were distributed to the winners and every elder got a gift. Sweets, biscuits and tea were given for the elders.
26-03-11 We organized a Federation Day; 70 older persons, school children college students from Jaya college of Physiotherapy, staffs of Share and Care attended the function. The important speakers were: Advocate Samy, Balamurughan - the Principle of Jaya College, Arul selvi - Director of Anadha jothi. The Programme was concluded with the physiotherapy camp organized by 2 professors and 6 students. 28 elders benefited.
29.3.1125 We render health and nutrition services in Manali for 65 older persons; now 25 elders are added into the project. Altogether 90 elders will be cared for through this project. We thank Help Age for their support.
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